#1
 I built a Jemish guitar, replaced  pots, 5way, pickups etc and am trying to find a wiring diagram for the "stardard" autosplit setup. The Seymour duncan diagram gives me a bizarre setup with most of the coils not working (i suck at solderng though).  What i want is 1: bridge humbucker, 2 split bridge bottom + middle, 3 middle, 4 spli neck + mid, 5 neck.  OR an alternative  such as both hums, solo mid, mid+ splits. What i care about is that middle  or midsplit for the knopfler/chris isaak wicked game sound (even messed up the mid NAILS that tone it's beautiful).  And some metal options.. i mostly practice grunge/collective soul/hard rock. I have an art100 thats  amazing for most things.. this i want t o be my all in one guitar . Can anyone help?  I do know a little about electronics but have no desire to learn guitar electronics.. rather spend my time practicing. I dont want to use a superswitch or push pulls unless i have to. Especially a superswitch they look like a nightmare to solder and  i really dont want to route my guitar. Thanks a lot if anyone can help.  Ive searched everywhere and all i can find are bizarre setups and ONE SD diagram that just flat doesnt work
#2
The Duncan diagram works. If your soldering sucks and you don't want to learn guitar electronics, that's the problem. Don't blame the diagram.

I've used the Duncan wiring on a bunch of guitars with the standard 5 way switch. It's fine.
#4
Not sure what pickups your using.. check the pickup manufacturer website for wire assignment, pickup brand use different color, so you need to know which are: hot, ground, North start end, South start end.. it's 4 wires, but some come in 5 wires.. the bare wire is usually ground, .. the SD diagram are right.. you just need to make sure you follow them correctly. Good luck.
I have Washburn guitars 'Maverick Series' and bass 'Bantam Series' and a few pedals and amps, but man I wish to have more patience and drive practicing my playing, if it's equal to the modding itch, then I'm golden.
#5
psp742 thanks a lot. i reworked it and most hump went away.. then the cheap chinese FR blew up. Thanks for all your help. and i agree my crappy soldering is 99.9% of the problem